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Editors’ Notes

It all started with a Birthday Party cover, the cobweb-clearing post-punk of “Marry Me (Lie Lie).” Ever since then, Daughters have been on a collision course with themselves, shedding the blunt trauma approach of their first few releases for a sucker punch rhythm section and wildly expressive riffs, delivered at a feverish clip right alongside Alexis Marshall’s spot-on portrayal of a depraved preacher man. Considering his deceivingly simple start as a grindcore vocalist, it’s thrilling to see the guy seize every song like he does the stage — as some bizarre blend of Elvis, David Yow and Nick Cave. A logical extension of their last LP, Hell Songs, this is one of the year’s most rewarding highway-to-hell listens. We’re talking a filler-free record that reveals some serious subtleties on proper headphones, from the cymbal-rush climax of “The Dead Singer” to the hasty handclaps and crystalized chords of “The Unattractive, Portable Head.”

Customer Reviews

Less noodle, more groove

It's like the Jesus Lizard with whammy pedals. Solid album.

F-U-N to listen to

Considering how difficult it must've been to follow up the amazing Hell Songs disc, this is definately a masterpiece. Marshall's vocals set the tone just right for the complete nuttiness that ensues from the rhythm section as they execute their aural onslaught. When he sings "... I see you watching from the corner of your eye, yeah, If you get closer to me... I won't mind" in "Theatre Goer" you can't help but wear a grin from ear to ear. This record is just FUN to listen to.

daughters...

have grown into a fine beautiful woman. at first i was hesistant about this album cause the threeoneg forum boards talked very poorly of the album. after i listened to it though, i realized that those threeoneg forum gays can't stand change considering everything justin pearson has done he has NEVER not screamed for the vocals.

i like the progression of this band. the only thing is that i hope it doesn't take another four years for a release.

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Providence, RI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Despite the band's deliberately innocuous sounding name, Daughters are an exercise in extreme grindcore noise. Though the all-male quintet is from Providence, RI, comparisons to Japanese noise acts like Melt Banana and the Boredoms are not without merit. Daughters' music is slightly less chaotic and more overtly structured, but with a similarly unsettling manic edge. Daughters (use of a definite article is strongly, daresay intemperately, discouraged) formed in Providence in 2001 out of the acrimonious...
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  • $7.92
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Mar 09, 2010

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